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District News

5/18/18

Megan Voelkerding and Ryan Hill recently were recognized as Washington Rotary Club’s student of the month for the Four Rivers Career Center and Washington High School, respectively.

Voelkerding, a senior, is in the Project Lead the Way Engineering Program at Four Rivers Career Center, where she’s a student ambassador. She’s a member of the WHS concert band and pep band and is a section leader for the band. She holds a 3.7 grade-point average and is a member of the National Honor Society.

Voelkerding plans on attending Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) in Rolla and double major in mechanical and aerospace engineering. She’s the daughter of Eric and Susan Voelkerding.

Hill, a senior at WHS, will major in chemistry in college and plans to attend Maryville University. He is a member of National Honor Society, the scholar bowl team and was named a Finalist in the 63rd Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. He is the son of Timothy Hill.

Voelkerding and Hill were presented their student of the month plaques by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President. See the photos below.


Megan Voelkerding is presented her student of the month plaque by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President.


Ryan Hill is presented his student of the month plaque by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President.

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5/17/18

The WINGS Educational Foundation recently awarded four scholarships to Washington High School seniors in the amount of $1,000 apiece, for a total of $4,000.

WHS students receiving the WINGS Alumni Scholarship were Jerry Hwang and Amber Cunningham.

WHS students receiving the WINGS Educator Scholarship were Lydia Juengling and Morgan Holdmeyer.  

The WINGS Educational Foundation promotes educational excellence by providing teacher grants, student scholarships for continued education, state-of-the-art equipment and recognition of faculty and staff achievement.

A photo of the WINGS scholarship winners is below.


Four Washington High School seniors received the 2018 WINGS scholarship for $1,000 apiece. From left are Carol Zanin (WINGS), recipients Lydia Juengling, Morgan Holdmeyer, Jerry Hwang and Amber Cunningham, and Brad Mitchell (WINGS).

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5/17/18

The School District of Washington’s WINGS Educational Foundation awarded 19 teacher grants this spring (May of 2018), totaling $27,156.

Since 1993, a total of 1,042 teacher grants have been awarded by WINGS totaling $498,442. WINGS also has awarded two STEAM grants totaling $20,515.23.

The teachers receiving the grant, their school and their program are as follows:

*Kaylin Bade, Washington Middle School: Writer’s Workshop Student Conference Stations

*Bridget Phelps, Clearview Elementary: Math Stations

*Megan Brueggemann and Susie Thierbach, District Wide: SDOW Orchestral Recording Project

*Marie Dobson, Washington West Elementary: Making the Abstract Concrete

*Sarah Bayless, Marthasville, Augusta, Labadie: Elementary Kiln

*Jessica North, Labadie Elementary: The Academic and Social Beat

*Samantha Loepker and Allison Graves, Washington High School: Leadership Goes Mobile-Projector

*LuAnn Engelbrecht, Campbellton Elementary: Thermal Energy

*Brian Edler, Jaime Opfer and Tim Zumsteg, Washington High School: Math Escape Rooms

*Jennifer Wirthwein, Washington Middle School: 911-Reading Emergency

*Sarah Johnson and Sarah Riley, Washington High School: 3D Tours of Europe

*Robyn Busekrus, South Point Elementary: I Read, I Write

*Keli Schneider, Clearview Elementary: Meaningful Mentor Text

*Trisha Ley, Erin Monzyk and Danielle Romanus, Washington West Elementary: Guided Reading

*Colin Flynn, Washington High School: A New Place to Learn

*Maggie Butler, Augusta Elementary: Digital Keyboard Piano

*Alicia Midkiff, Washington High School: Vernier for Science Excellence

*Nicki Obermark and Becky Zanin, Clearview Elementary: Bridging Literacy and Writing

*Logan Schamerloh, Washington Middle School: Appetite for Learning: Growing Our Own Food

A photo of the WINGS spring teacher grant recipients is below.

 

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5/16/18

Augusta Elementary School held its Breakfast of Champions on Tuesday morning, May 15.

Awards were given out to students for good character, academics, physical education, music, art and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) during the 2017-18 school year.

The award-winning students and their families were treated to breakfast following the ceremony, which took place in the gymnasium.

The award winners for Augusta Elementary’s Breakfast of Champions were:

Academic Achievement Award: Kasen Brunzel (K), Ryker Young (1), Jackson Wallace (2), Skylar Huff (3), Grace Gargrave (4) and Alina Hayden (5).

Character/Citizenship Award: Sarah Partridge (K), Gracie Satory (1), Ella Dunn (2), Olivia Edsel (3), Della Lorch (4), Paige Walch (5). PE - Savanah Coke (5). Art- Darren Hayden (6), Music - Josie Keiser (4), STEM - Ethan Hey (6).

Missouri Glory Awards (6th Graders) - Zachary Gargrave, Matthew Dilly, Victoria Johnson, Katie Grace Partridge, Ella Lause, Jack Gerdiman, Jacob Pentz, Ava Griffey, Ethan Hey, Gabriella Hedrick, Kaner Young, Brynne Pearcy, Landon Boston and Heidi Reinhardt.


Missouri Glory Award Recipients


Academic, Citizenship, Specialist Award Recipients


Academic Achievement Award Recipients


Citizenship Award Recipients


Art, Physical Education, Music, STEM Award Recipients

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District Calendar

Today: 5/20/18

WHS Graduation Live Stream

Washington High School's Class of 2018 Graduation Ceremony is Friday, May 18, at 7 p.m. Click here to watch the live stream.

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